the Way of St. James (Camino de Santiago) // TRAVEL

the Way of St. James (Camino de Santiago) // TRAVEL

πŸ₯ΎπŸ€” Did you know that the pilgrims on the Way of St. James (Camino de Santiago) used pumpkins as water bottles by hanging them from their walking sticks for centuries? Nowadays, hundreds of thousands of pilgrims like Grandma Sita exchange ideas and cultures across the Way yearly, the most ancient route of the old continent. Β + info:Β 

🌿 Are you ready for a unique experience? Widely known as the Way (el Camino), it’s a network of pilgrimage routes mostly done on foot, by bicycle, or on horseback whose ultimate destination is the tomb of the Apostle James inside the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela in Galicia (Northwest Spain). Buen Camino (good Way), choose your way of living the Way! + info:

πŸ—“οΈ The next Xacobeo Holy Year, also known as Ano Xacobeo or Jacobean Year, is 2027. It takes place when the 25th of July, the Feast of Saint James, is a Sunday.Β 

πŸ“– The Way of St. James was inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site thirty years ago. World Heritage Sites are places or buildings that have special importance for everyone.

🌍🀝Be a responsible pilgrim and make a positive impact! and make a positive impact! Respect local cultures, protect the environment, support local communities, and embrace sustainable practices. Together, let’s create unforgettable experiences while preserving our beautiful destinations.

πŸ“ Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela.

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